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MSNBC
Mar 9, 2011 10:00am EST
racist. >> they are -- they are -- white middle america gun toting is scary. seriously. >> now, as we mentioned, o'keefe has done this before. a.c.o.r.n. and planned parenthood among those targets. who can forget him posing as a pimp looking for advice from a.c.o.r.n.'s baltimore chapter. same guy. a.c.o.r.n. lost public funding as a result of that. o'keefe was then arrested for tampering with democratic senator mary landrieu's phones. he and accomplices posed as telephone repairmen to get into her office. >>> with npr the man in the tape you just saw has resigned and word today that the ceo has also stepped down. house majority leader eric cantor issued this statement. quote, this video clearly highlights the fact that public broadcasting does not need taxpayer funding to thrive. let's bring in our company d.c. bureau chief for comcast and senior political writer from the daily beast. thank you both for stopping by. let's address what eric cantor said. start with you, robert. >> i can't say this but npr does give them the ammunition for eric cantor to say this. in the era of austerit
MSNBC
Mar 14, 2011 10:00am EDT
of this tragedy unfold. i want to reiterate america's support for the people of japan, who are some of our closest friends and allies. and i've said directly to the prime minister of japan, prime minuister kan, the united state will offer any assistance we can as japan recovers from multiple disasters. we will stand with the people of japan in the difficult days ahead. now, i just had a chance to talk with some of your teachers as well as some students who told me about your all-school project that's weaving the life and music of duke ellington into your classes. by getting students engaged in learning, you're teaching the kinds of skills about how to think and how to work together that young people are going to need in college and beyond. that's what all of our schools need to be doing. and in an economy that's more competitive and connected than ever before, a good job and a good career is going to demand a good education. over the next ten years, nearly half of all new jobs are going to require more than a high school diploma. so if you want a bright future you're going to need a
MSNBC
Mar 11, 2011 10:00am EST
get it from america and china and will be able to feed themselves they lost one of the bread baskets. they will need to import more food and keep in mind they are a large exporter of electronics and automobiles and we have seen that factories have closed. >> talk about the infrastructure. it is catastrophic so far from the pictures we see on screen, but this could have been worse. it could have been tokyo with buildings on their sides. we haven't seen that magnitude. >> that's right. everyone in tokyo is severely rattled and left the buildings and seen their buildings sway, lurch and shutter, but they have been spared. the women and children are crying, but no buildings fell down on top of people. tokyo has been relatively spared. the japanese keep in mind are very orderly. they respect rules and there is no looting. people stop at the red lights and i watched this recently, about an hour ago on the street. as streams of people are going from large arteries into transport huts even though the trains are not working, they are still very orderly and respectful of each other. ja
MSNBC
Mar 30, 2011 10:00am EDT
to a better environment for job creators to create jobs in america. we've done our job. now, the senate says we have a plan. well, great. pass the damn thing. >> fiery words there from boehner. house majority leader eric cantor says if a government shutdown happens, members won't get paid. we'll continue to follow all the developments in washington here on msnbc. >>> is food dye making your kids see red? the fda wants to find out if dyes like red number 40 and yellow number 5 are causing health problems for your kids. >>> plus, what actor george clooney knows about silvio berlusconi so-calleded bunga parties. carpools, conferences, microwave dinners. they blur one into the next. we lose ourselves in the fog of everyday life, and drift away from what matters. but like a beacon in the night, it finds us. the light of more than 100 lighthouses, burning through that fog, and beckoning us back to what's real and true. this light shines for us all. this light is pure michigan. your trip begins at michigan.org i know what works differently th my he alrgmecatio. omri nas,o e se di y kw n
MSNBC
Mar 1, 2011 10:00am EST
people. >> here's how america's ambassador to the u.n. responded to those comments. >> anytime you have somebody who laughs with american and international journalists while slaughtering his own people, i think delusiondelusio delusional, you have to question their grip on reality. >> stephanie, this sounds like a standoff from the reports we've watched so far on the ground in libya. what is going to give there? what are you seeing? >> reporter: well, richard, gadhafi doesn't want it to be a standoff. he's trying to retake towns held by the opposition for days. two in particular, one the town of mizrato about 130 miles east of tripoli and the other that is closer to tripoli 30 miles to the west. use using an elite brigade. they have machine guns, tanks, anti-aircraft weapons. they'll been trying to take that town. there was fierce fighting there overnight, but the opposition seems to be holding those places fast. as we know, gadhafi has firm control over tripoli. richard. >> as we look at that, we go to mick. part of the calculus of the standoff on the ground is this discussion of
MSNBC
Mar 4, 2011 10:00am EST
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MSNBC
Mar 25, 2011 10:00am EDT
of the nation's biggest companies recently announced layoffs, wells fargo, boeing, bank of america, aol, even wall street giant goldman sachs slashing 1,50 jobs. i'm joined by labor secretary hilda solis. good of you to come in. not only are we seeing more cuts in the private sector, but also hearing from states across the country with budget troubles they're talking about major cuts in their workforce. there have been gains made, but how worried are you when you hear these other kinds of reports? >> we're still not out of the woods. we know that we did last year, however, add 1.5 million private sector jobs. we know the recovery act did help to push off at least three million jobs that we could have seen additionally lost. i think we're on a right track right now. the tax credits that the president passed in september were tremendous. that has helped to provide an uptick in some of the unemployment figure going down. we see growth in manufacturing, in the automobile industry. >> enough to offset these kinds of job losses? >> too soon to say. we're not out of the woonds. that's why
MSNBC
Mar 21, 2011 10:00am EDT
get. category, america's founding. what happened at the constitutional convention? of course, the answer to that is the founding fathers wrote the constitution. 65% got that wrong. how about a general history question? what did susan b. anthony do? she fought for women's rights. 59% didn't know that. and when it comes to government, we elect a u.s. senator for how many years? six years. 61% got -- you didn't know that, don? >> i said four. >> he said four. maybe a governor's term. any way, we want to know what you think about all of this. does it scare you? who cares? tend me a tweet at "jansing & co." the tweet of the day comes from the ceo of twitter himself. in fact, five years ago today jack sent the very first tweet. it said simply,inviting co-workers. little did he know what he was starting. it took three years, two months, and one day to reach a billion tweets. now there are a billion tweets a week. in the last month, people sent an average of 140 million tweets per day. and this number is unreal. 177 million tweets sent on march 11th alone. that was the day of the earthqua
MSNBC
Mar 24, 2011 10:00am EDT
the american people, the congress and our troops, what the mission in libya is and what america's role is in achieving that mission. three democrats are defending president obama, so did senator sharon brown on "morning joe". >> i think the president moved cautiously and brought other countries together, his commitment of no ground troops and short term is -- those commitments are also very, very important. >> the president will meet with his national security team later today. >>> show me the birth certificate. donald trump wading in on the debate about where he was born. what is he doing? is he running for president? what is the strategy here. >>> and chris brown changes his defiant tune but will his words of apology be enough? i was young, i was in shape, and i had a heart attack. you need to do the preventative things that you need to do for your heart health. for me, it means an aspirin regimen. before you begin an aspirin regimen. speak to your doctor. [ laughs ] not funny. act my age? -why? -why? -why? i love the sun. past sun goddess. every line has a story. [ female annou
MSNBC
Mar 10, 2011 10:00am EST
justify violence. let's just think about the kkk, america's oldest terrorist organization. the oklahoma city bombing. the shooting at the holocaust museum by james von braun and bombings at parenthood clinics. did congress focus on these agents as a matter of public policy? no. stoking fears about an entire group for political agenda is not new in american history. during world war ii, the united states government interred the japanese-americans and spied on german americans. during john f. kennedy's presidential campaign, his opponents portrayed a dire future for an america with a catholic president. we now view these events of our past as a breach of our treasured american values. let's talk about facts rather than stereotypes. in fact, the muslim-american community rejects violent ideology. the rand corporation and highly respected research organization released a report last year that states the following -- give an low rate of would-be violent extremists, about 100 amongst the estimated 300 million american muslims, suggests that the american muslim population remains host
MSNBC
Mar 31, 2011 10:00am EDT
need to know about health risks ahead. >>> plus, a new report about the state of black america and alarming information about teen unemployment in african-american communities. what is to blame? >>> major new protests are planned in syria tomorrow. after the president there -- after more -- after more unrest that brought out thousands of demonstrators yesterday. in what could be a turning point there, president assad has now set up a committee to look into replacing laws that give the regime a free hand to arrest people without charge. but he'll face a tough audience after a major speech he gave yesterday, where hopes that he'd announce sweeping reforms were dashed. he took a hard line and blamed two weeks of popular uprising on a foreign conspiracy. > is rng in washington, black leaders from across the country have gathered together to discuss the state of black america. it's a report that focuses heavily on putting americans back to work. and it highlights some unbelievable numbers, like this one. while the national unemployment rate is high, 8.9%, it hardly compares to the rate
MSNBC
Mar 28, 2011 10:00am EDT
and amy holmes, co-host of "america oes morning news," a radio program, also a former speech writer for bill frisk. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> governor, you've heard the critics. how does barack obama made the objective clear? what does he have to say tonight? >> i think events are actually doing the talking for president obama. i think the policy is going to be as successful as president clinton's policy stopping ma lo. one, we built a successful coalition now doing a lot of the fighting and helping us pay for this. two, we stopped a massacre of 50,000 to 100,000 people in benghazi. three, we weakened gadhafi's forces. four, we've enhanced the u.s.'s reputation with the arab world as was shown by the reaction to the downed american pilot. all that remains to be done is to get gadhafi out, and i think that's going to happen, i think that has almost become inevitab inevitable. i think his own armed forces are eventually going to pulg the plugs. >> if he makes the four points the governor outlined, do you think it makes people care? there's a "ne
MSNBC
Mar 2, 2011 10:00am EST
-speech right to protest, even at military funerals. what the court says is america has lost the moral direction because of the support for gays in the military. chief justice says many americans find the west boro baptist church is flawed. everything about this fits in the first amendment. it's speech in a public manner, abiding by the law, the first amendment protects it. >> pete williams with that breaking news. thank you very much for that. >>> also today, controversy is brewing in tennessee where lawmakers are considering a bill that makes it a felony to follow the islamic code of shariah. it makes being a muslim illegal in tennessee. at least 13 states have similar bills pending. >> ipad two may be unveiled soon. apple may sell 100 million of them. can you count that high? the number of people surfing the internet behind the wheel. somewhere in america, a city comes to life. it moves effortlessly, breathes easily. it flows with clean water. it makes its skyline greener and its population healthier. all to become the kind of city people want to live and work in. somewhere in ameri
MSNBC
Mar 29, 2011 10:00am EDT
america to stop a carnage of human beings. we should have intervened in rwanda. we did it eventually in bosnia. there is a case for military assistance in a limited way to prevent massacres. and this is what the president did. >> former governor bill richardson, thank you so much for being with us. it's always good to see you. >> thank you, chris. >>> and join me at 11:00 p.m. eastern time tonight, along with nbc's chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, for rage and revolution, the mid east in crisis. >>> the hunt for the missing king cobra. how could a deadly snake be on the loose at the bronx zoo for days? and officials have no clue where it is. ♪ look into his eyes oh-oh he's been telling lies ♪ ♪ he's a lover boy for better nutrition. and that's what they do with great grains cereal. see the seam on the wheat grain? same as on the flake. because great grains steams and bakes the actual whole grain. now check out the other guy's flake. hello, no seam. because it's more processed. now, which do you suppose has better nutrition for you? mmm. great grains. the whole whole gra
MSNBC
Mar 7, 2011 10:00am EST
going on with al qaeda. which is targeting muslims in america. they said they can't attack from the outside they're trying to attack from the inside. and peter king is reacting. >> if we're being real, though, those people aren't real muslims, no more so than jim jones was a real christian. >> what do you mean? they're practicing muslim. >> they're not practicing islam. and that's the thing the muslim community really needs to come out and say, these people do not represent our religion. and it's not about their religion. it's about -- >> no one said they represented a religion. >> that's what peter king is doing. >> here's what he's saying. he's saying al qaeda has made a choice. they have a plan of action. and that plan of action is to attack the muslim community and make them part of al qaeda. why couldn't he investigate that? >> boris, why put the word islamic in the title of the hearing? >> right. >> why not just say radicalization? >> that's what i would have done. i would have said congressman king, say radicalization across all angles and investigate that and you can focus o
MSNBC
Mar 8, 2011 10:00am EST
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MSNBC
Mar 18, 2011 10:00am EDT
for america? does a no-fly zone over libya mean u.s. forces will be bombing that country? >>> what history tells us about the radiation leaking from japan's nuclear cries. richard lui what's the deal there? >>> chernobyl was catastrophic. it and other nuclear events are helping us today to save lives in japan. today, investors want retirement planning on their terms. i want to work with people who are objective. how about a plan with my name on it... not someone else's. can we start with realistic goals please? and research that's strictly third party. show me how to keep more retirement money in my pocket. now, and down the road. those are my terms. those are my terms. those are my terms. then this is your place. td ameritrade. where millions of investors plan for retirement on their terms. oh, bayer aspirin? i'm not having a heart attack. it's my back. it works great for pain. [ male announcer ] nothing's proven to relieve pain better than extra strength bayer aspirin. it rushes relief to the site of pain. feel better? yeah. thanks for the tip. >>> for the first time the internat
MSNBC
Mar 17, 2011 10:00am EDT
president is still planning to left tomorrow for a five-day trip to latin america. the rrns had this tweet -- how can president obama say he's leading when he puts the bracket over the budget and other pressing issues? i'm joined by the copresident and editorial director of "latina" and susan molnari. welcome to you both. is his passive style not working here? >> i don't think it's the right word to apply. i think he's taking a measured approach, and this is a hallmark. even when he was running for the presidency, he talked about when he was on the harvard law review, what he was known for was being able to reconcile both sides. that's a consistent style of leadership we've seen. >> is this no drama or a passist style, some critics may say that is his style, is that the -- some say that is what independents prefer. 1/2 terms of almost being an observer president. he discussed and would enunciate those things that he perceived to be a problem and much of americans would agree with. so he suggests a stimulus bill, but he let the united states congress create the stimulus bill, health care, t
MSNBC
Mar 23, 2011 10:00am EDT
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